I'm a conservative national TV and radio talk-show host. But what's unique is where I host my shows: from Las Vegas. This has been my adopted home for over 22 years.
There is an important lesson to be learned from Las Vegas... and from the terrible attack on UNLV (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) yesterday. Three people were murdered by an ...Read more
We know from history that Jew-hatred, the world's oldest and once again most fashionable form of bigotry, is the chameleon of all hates -- forever taking on new hues to suit the scapegoating needs of the day. It has always been thus, and it will always be thus. This is a cancer for which there is sadly no cure.
But as we also know: Am ...Read more
After being asked the other day why he's interacted with "so many" foreign associates of his son Hunter and brother James, President Joe Biden responded by claiming the allegations were "a bunch of lies."
This, of course, wasn't the first time the president blatantly lied about his role in the family influence peddling business.
You might ...Read more
In early January of 49 B.C., Julius Caesar and his army crossed the Rubicon, triggering a Roman civil war that eventually led to Caesar's dictatorship. In early June of 2013, thousands of abortion rights protesters stormed the Texas State Capitol, successfully shutting down a Republican attempt to pass pro-life legislation. The press treated ...Read more
They came waving Palestinian flags and clad in the keffiyehs that have become a symbol of the Palestinian cause. Dozens of chanting protesters crowded the street outside Goldie, a vegan restaurant serving Israeli-inspired dishes in central Philadelphia, blocking traffic and chanting, "Goldie, Goldie, you can't hide. We charge you with genocide."...Read more
There's a reason that President Joe Biden's advisers keep his access to the press as minimal as they can. They don't trust him to answer reporters in a way that helps his standing in the polls. It's likely that he'll lose his temper, or he'll lie preposterously.
On Dec. 6, on the cusp of a Republican presidential debate, Biden somehow allowed a...Read more
For those dismayed at how many college and university students and faculty, even, or especially, at selective and prestigious institutions, have been cheering Hamas' Oct. 7 atrocities and calling, in only slightly veiled language, for the destruction of Israel and genocide of Jews, the question is how this vicious line of thought gained hold in ...Read more
It's possible that Congress can't find a way, despite the support of bipartisan majorities, to continue funding Ukraine in its fight against Vladimir Putin's Russia.
This would have to rank, not necessarily as the worst, but perhaps the stupidest, most senseless abandonment of a U.S. ally ever. We've pulled the rug out from under allied ...Read more
For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind."
-- Hosea 8:7
The debacle of the nearly 20-year American occupation of Afghanistan continues in Joe Biden's America today.
This disaster began when President George W. Bush -- stung deeply by the intelligence that he failed to heed, thus enabling the attacks of 9/11 to ...Read more
In times of great tragedy and moral turmoil, there has always been a peculiar strain of moral equivocation that can be as troubling as the events themselves. It's a sentiment that suggests an evasion of responsibility, an attempt to retreat to the comfort of neutrality and a refusal to acknowledge the stark realities of history. Today, as we ...Read more
The government has a dilemma: It's pushing hard for fuel-efficient vehicles, but gas taxes pay for roads. There's an obvious fix, but are Americans ready for it?
Granted, tax credits, subsidies and government mandates aren't delivering the electric-vehicle sales surge the Biden administration promised. Tax breaks for non-wealthy buyers are ...Read more
The news continues to be filled with shocking accounts of Jew-hatred (or as it is more blandly called, "antisemitism"). Ed Morrissey at HotAir described attacks on Jews and Jewish-owned businesses in Philadelphia and New York City last weekend as an "American Kristallnacht." Yet another article -- this one by Darlene McCormick Sanchez at the ...Read more
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Antisemitism and a Due Reckoning in Academia
"Does calling for the genocide of Jews violate (your university's) code of conduct or rules regarding bullying or harassment?" Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y...Read more
Usually, dictators first invade and seize coveted territory before they hold a sham plebiscite to mask their aggression.
Russia's Vladimir Putin did that in Crimea. In 2014 he invaded Crimea, annexed it then held a sham vote. Russia has also held sham plebiscites in occupied eastern Ukraine. Putin justifies his continued aggression ...Read more
I know a little bit about the kinds of speech that are generally welcomed on campus. I've been banned from a few campuses, including DePaul University; I've spoken at more than a few campuses at which violence broke out over my speeches, including California State University at Los Angeles, Penn State and University of California at Berkeley. ...Read more
"Does calling for the genocide of Jews violate (your university's) code of conduct or rules regarding bullying or harassment?" Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., asked three university presidents on Tuesday.
The occasion was a House Committee on Education and the Workforce hearing on antisemitism on campus -- a hearing that follows Hamas' brutal ...Read more
The new projections for the U.S. population from the U.S. Census Bureau show dramatic ongoing changes in the ethnic makeup of the nation.
In 2022, the percentage of the U.S., per the report, that was non-Hispanic white was 59%. In 1980, the U.S. population was 80% white.
The report projects the percentage of the nation that is white ...Read more
Anyone can be the target of an accusation or a lawsuit, whether deserved or not. Your wallet and your reputation are at risk. The danger is gravest in New York, where state lawmakers have turned their backs on the rights of the accused.
New York legislators are kowtowing to the #MeToo zealots and their trial lawyer allies, waiving the time ...Read more
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